Players must stay at the Biltmore Hotel to play this course.
Adjacent to the historic Biltmore Hotel in Coral Gables, is our spectacular 18-hole, 6,800-yard, par-71, championship golf course. The Biltmore Golf Course was designed in 1925 by Donald Ross, the transplanted Scotsman who was the pre-eminent golf designer of his era. The course, acknowledged as one of the finest resort layouts in the South, has always attracted dignitaries, movie stars and sports luminaries to this beautiful property. Variety, strategy and naturalness are the most consistent traits in a Ross design, and The Biltmore Golf Course embodies these characteristics in the backyard of the world-famous Biltmore Hotel.
At the Biltmore, not only will you experience world-class luxury in accommodations and service, but you will undoubtedly experience one of your best golf games. Our sprawling fairways, rolling mounds and elevated, meticulously manicured greens will challenge all players that come to the Donald Ross Course at the Biltmore. Welcome to your best game.